Rover enjoyed her view of Mount Saint Helens in Washington. She was impressed by the grand scale of devastation caused by the eruption of 1980. Much of what was once a dense forest is still visible, but now looks like combed hair as the logs lay flattened on hillsides. They all face the same direction — away from Mount Saint Hellens. Rover learned that a stone wind (a stone filled blast of up to 680 MPH) raged through the area. That's more power than the sandblaster used to remove her old paint job!